If earwigs, centipedes or spiders give you the creepy crawlies, quit while you're ahead. Otherwise, meet "Chan's megastick" (Phobaeticus chani). Recently named the world's longest living insect, the thin, bamboo-looking stick insect—best known for its camouflaging abilities to deter predators—was discovered in Southeast Asia's island of Borneo. Measuring approximately 22 inches long with its legs, or 14 inches just counting its body, megastick swiped away the title from its previous record holder of more than a century, Phobaeticus kirbyi—also a stick insect from Borneo—by almost an inch. Further, scientists in England have confirmed it is a new species of stick insect, adding to the 3,000 known species of the bug mainly found in the tropics and subtropics.